Please Note: All artwork, photos, text and layouts displayed on this blog that are not clearly attributed to another artist are solely copyright Natalya Zahn. While I would be happy for my images and writing to be shared, reposting or publishing of any kind without citing proper credit - including a link back to my blog or website whenever possible - is a sure way to make me cranky. Please respect content.
Blog powered by Typepad
Nature Blog Network

« Live Animals at the RISD Nature Lab | Main | The Birthday Boy Gets His Own Blog! »

March 13, 2012


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.


This is too weird for words. Weirder yet - Someone should make an interface to a live animal (a dog perhaps) that would turn scratching the animal into sound/music.


Wow, that would be a crazy interesting extension of this already crazy project! For the record, any instrument hooked up to Oscar would be silent 99% of the day, on account of the laziness... ;)

Dave B.

An unusual instrument indeed. As one who has a fondness electronic music, old sci-fi movies and natural history, I should think I'd have as much tolerance for the badgermin as anybody. I'd had enough after 25 seconds.


I've just made a follow up to the Badgermin, called the Rave Kestrel:

The comments to this entry are closed.